Bejaia ferry port in Algeria connects you with Marseille in France with a choice of up to 1 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Bejaia to Marseille crossing is from 20 hours and the crossing is operated by Algerie Ferries.
Situated on the northern coast of Algeria, at the edge of a bay overlooking the electric-blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea, is the port-city of Bejaia. This historic African settlement possesses a lavish history that stretches back to the era of the ancient Carthaginian empire, during which the city was established as a small overseas trading post. Now it is a sprawling labyrinth of streets that lead from the cliff-edged coast towards the rugged mountains further inland.
Due to its favourable position on the north coast, the port in Bejaia can be reached in a variety of ways. The city’s mainline train station is located almost directly outside the port and offers routes towards the smaller towns in the Kabylia region of the country. Buses stop by the port entrance too, whisking passengers along the main downtown roads that cut between the mis-matched architecture of the city’s unique cityscape.
The port itself is located a short distance east of the city-centre. It consists of a single pier that stretches between a busy commercial dockyard and into a section of the Gulf of Bejaia hemmed in by a long sea-wall. Amenities at the ferry terminal are limited to a check-in booth and a pier from which passengers can board the ship.
Currently only one passenger route operates from the port of Bejaia. An Algerie Ferries line leaves the harbour just a couple of times throughout the week, making the long voyage from the Gulf of Bejaia to the city of Marseille on the south coast of France.
Avenue des freres Amrani, 06000 Bejaia
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